The Police Aren’t Coming?

falenen:

i’m not going to florida any time soon, crikey!

Originally posted on The Resident Legal Diva:

The president of the Miami Dade County Police Benevolent Association made some interesting statements in response to Mayor Gimenez making deep cuts in the budget. He basically said to the community “arm yourselves, because we aren’t coming”.

My opinion? Completely irresponsible thing to say.

Yes, budget cuts are serious. It’s tough all around.

But to cause panic and tell the criminals “have at it” is contrary to “protect and serve”.

And PS if you DO get a gun, get trained, and don’t assume “Stand your ground” will work in your favor. Some say “it is better to be judged by 12 than carried by 6″….until you are doing LIFE under 10/20/Life.

A better option? Join your local Crimewatch. There isn’t one, create one. Get to know your neighbors and look out for them. Most importantly from my perspective — if you are a witness to a crime, don’t look…

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Sam Smith & the Gay Male Body Archetype

Originally posted on HyperReality:

You may or may not have heard about Sam Smith yet. If you haven’t, you need to know two things:

1.) He has the voice of an ANGEL. But not just any angel, like a fucking first sphere seraph angel (which, according to this Wikipedia page, is like, the highest of angels; I don’t know how accurate that is because I know pretty much nothing about angel hierarchy.) Check out these videos to acquaint yourself with his majesty:

(His orgasmic and life-changing debut single “Stay With Me”)

(His impeccable collaboration with Disclosure, “Latch,” which is totally contender for my personal Song of the Year award) 

(His cover of Whitney Houston’s “How Will I Know,” which recently went viral and is guaranteed to make you fall in love with him/make your soul cry for a man like him to come into your life)

2.) He’s pretty much the elusive unicorn of gay males: he’s…

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